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Energy efficiency analysis of water and wastewater utilities based on the IBNET databaseAnalysis

Electricity expenditures make up a large part of the operating costs of the water and wastewater sector. In our analysis we examine the energy efficiency of water and wastewater utilities in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and in the Commonwealth of ...

Tariff burden and receivables in the water utility sectorArticle

REKK has completed a comprehensive analysis of the water utility sector focusing on tariffs, the tariff burden falling on customers, and receivables. The research has been ordered by the Hungarian Water Utility Association (MAVIZ). Even though we carried ...

REC Priority Environmental Investment Project in CEEAnalysis

Within this project we assessed the financial and operational reform options of water and wastewater utilities in the Western Balkan (Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania). In collaboration with the experts of REC a manual ...

The Benchmarking Club of the Hungarian Waterworks AssociationOur role in starting and supporting the clubAnalysis

The Benchmarking Club of the Hungarian Water Utility Association was founded in 2007. Its main goals include comparative analysis of the performance of member utilities, statistical analysis of operating data, and sharing of best practices.We provided ...

International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities (IBNET) elemzés 2009Analysis

At the end of the 1990’s, the World Banks has started a large-scale, international performance benchmarking programme for water and sewage utilities. Within the framework of the International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities ...

Development of the ASTEC model for the UNDP/GEF Danube Regional ProgramAnalysis

The management of the UNDP/GEF funded research project on municipal water and wastewater tariffs and effluent charges in seven countries of the Danube River Basin belongs to the professional experience of our colleagues at their previous job (MAKK). They ...